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and there is a group that i met that i just thought was wonderful. they were called the mothers of los angeles, and they lived you know, in a very bad neighborhood, very dangerous. so this is how they started. when they saw a drug dealer out, they would all call each other all the way down the line. they would all go out day and they all went out on the lawn and all of a sudden there were all these mothers. so they decided to form an organization and then the los angeles government was going to put a trash burner right in front of the school where the kids were going and they said no way. so they started to march. there will several hundred of them that were marching. okay, the trash did not come. one after another in these incidents the mothers got together and they said let's do it. and you know, they marched, they cleaned up the area where they lived. they did wonderful things. these were hispanic women. we don't have a very good community of hispanic women. why, i do not know. >> host: i think the different populations may have their prejudices, but -- >> guest: these were wonderful women.
technical problems out in los angeles so we have switched over to the telephone for you. despite the coverage this man got, his daughter read him only two newspaper articles, she red him the story from the idaho statesman and "los angeles times." those are the two big newspapers in the two states where he was sent to japanese internment camps. the reason he volunteered for the military was to show loyalty. he served in military intelligence interrogating japanese prisoners of war. here is frank before getting the congressional gold medal. >> i wanted to do my part to prove that i was not an enemy or that none of us were. that we were true americans and we ever got the chances, we would do our best to serve our country and we did. >> and they did. the congressional gold medal was given to all of those who served in his regiment, mostly japanese americans, shep. >> shepard: trace gallagher live in los angeles. there is a custody battle over a dog and it's heading to court. coming to court as fox reports live tonight, the fight over the well-being of this one. ♪ leaving my homelan
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the mothers of east los angeles, and they lived in a, you know, a very bad neighborhood, very dangerous so this is how they started. when they saw a drug dealer out, they all called each other down the line, all go out. all went out on the lawn, and there were all these mothers, out go the drug dealers. they decided to form an organization. the los angeles government was going to put a trash burner right in front of the school where the kids were going. they said no way. they started to march. there were, you know, several hundred of them marching. okay, the trash didn't come. one after another the incidents, the mothers got together. they said, let's do it. you know, they marched. they cleaned up the area where they lived. they did wonderful things. these were his pappic women, and we don't have a very good opinion of hispanic women. why? i don't know. >> host: i mean, i think that different populations may have their prejudices, but -- >> guest: these were wonderful women. >> host: right, populations have prejudices against other groups of people. immigrants have a hard time in this coun
their pictures. you complete them. >> reporter: for "nightline," i'm juju chang in los angeles. >> all mothers are beautiful. thanks to juju for that. >>> next up, we're going to bring you shocking cell phone video, people paid to protect americans overseas, apparently drunk and partying on the job. the exclusive investigation, next. ♪ [ male announcer ] every time you say no to a cigarette you celebrate a little win. nicorette gum helps calm your cravings and makes you less irritable. quit one cigarette at a time. and makes you less irritable. sometimes life can be well, a little uncomfortable. but when it's hard or hurts to go to the bathroom, there's dulcolax stool softener. dulcolax stool softener doesn't make you go, it just makes it easier to go. dulcolax stool softener. make yourself comfortable. yes, you do! don't! do! whoa, kitchen counselor here. see cascade complete pacs work like micro-scrubbing brushes to help power away tough foods even in corners and edges. hmm! cascade. love it or your money back. >> announcer: "nightline" continues from new york city with terry moran. >> ton
de prima in 2009. and he moved to san francisco in the early '70s from los angeles, but really has become embedded in the mission district. and i know that supervisor campos is going to make a couple of remarks in a moment. alejandro, i know, is a great teacher at san francisco state where i taught many years. his students see him as a mission visionary. he's also someone that works collectively with other poets. i pulled this off my shelf, alejandro from 1975 from third world communications with the intro by maya angelou. [speaker not understood]. you were an early leader in bringing together communities. i also wanted to say that as you were honored at [speaker not understood] in july, i was very proud to be there with many san francisco state people, some from the third world strike, some that came after. it was just an honor to be there with you as mayor ed lee and the whole arts establishment kind of acknowledged you as our poet laureate. and i know at that ceremony you also said that you expect to see 11 of us here to at some point at roll call really follow-up roll call wi
on show at the california science center. and in los angeles, in late september, it traveled through the city to its new home at the science museum, two weeks ago. visitors can take a close look at the shuttle's 24,000 heat resistant tiles and they can also view one of the blast engines. >> it is amazing. it is a great exhibit here. and actually get up so close and see all the tiles. and all -- everything. it's amazing. >> organizers say they're expecting 4,000 visitors on the exhibitions opening day. a homecoming in southwest china, giant pandas are returning to a conversation center. the displays, by the earthquake that hit the province in 2008. the quake did major damage to the breeding center. it has taken four years to repair. 18 pandas moved into the reopened facility on tuesday. >> this will be a mild storm for improving protection and research on pandas. >> the earthquake killed one panda at the center. 60 others are evacuated. and other facilities across the country. pandas are facing extinction. managers at the conversation center say they'll be working hard to increase the
is in los angeles where there is plenty of pain at the pump. so, 50 cents in a week. what is going on? >>reporter: you are right. the president was down the secret from where we are and he drove by the gas stations headed through the state. i can tell you from northern california to southern california yesterday, no matter where you look, you will find prices like this and then a car obscuring the sign but it is $4.99 for regular. others, for regular, it $5.29 and even up to $5.49. it is difficult for a lot of drivers in california. three reasons: one, supply; two, the supply is tied to demand," several of the refineries in california are off line. the refineries make the special blend of gas that california requires that you can not buy from outside state line. when you talk to drivers at good station they sure do feel the pain. take a listen. >> i have never seen gas prices anywhere near this. it is outrageous. shocking. i have a last driving to do. >> i spent almost $70 and it will only last a week. >> it takes forever to get them back down again. it is ridiculous. >> in response,
, "you wanna get into this?" the two are vying for a congressional seat in los angeles, and their house campaigns are reportedly the most expensive in the country, and their campaigns could also possibly be the nastiest. >>> and clayton's vice mayor, joe medrano, has been found guilty in and it's up to city leaders to decide if he will be removed from office. if reelected, he could be challenged to be fit to run for office. >>> butterflies before a big exam seem to be a rite of passage. what researchers are learning about the pre-test jitters. >>> and back here in a couple of minutes, we got the weekend in front of us. it will warm up, and i'll show you where the 80s will show up back here in a few minutes. >>> 1 year after the firing of two hyatt regency housekeepers, their message is being taken to the streets of santa clara. the housekeepers say that they were among many hired employees whose faces were pasted atop bikini-clad images. martha claims she and her sister were fired after she tore down one of the boards. >> they were fired for serious violations of hotel policy, and the
-admission,ed fines could cost $1 billion annual by 2015. we go live to los angeles with more on that. ouch! dominic. >> reporter: absolutely. look, the fines have come about because hospitals are causing patient re-admissions that could be avoids, jamie, around two-thirds of u.s. hospitals are currently facing fines of patients who have to go back for treatment of severe conditions. for now, it's people who have suffered a heart attack or heart failure or pneumonia and find themselves in the hospital, yet again within 30 days of discharge. it is down to things like poor hygiene, where patients catch infections like mrsa or making sure that pates take their meds or get support at home. it's basic stuff. >> hand washing is a big issue. medication adherence is a big issue, a lot of patients will get discharged, go home and maybe they can't pay for or don't have the ability to pick up the drug they need and they end up noncompliant and they are back in the e.r. within 7 or 14 days. >> reporter: jamie, the fines medicare's imposing will average $125,000 annual per hospital. so for america's 2200 hospita
on tape, a little unexpected drama during this week's carmageddon in los angeles. a big chunk of the mulholland bring fell unexpectedly saturday during demolition. a few construction workers got out of the way just in time narrowly escaping injury. on that note drivers in l.a. are breathing a sigh of relief after surviving their second carmageddon, a 10-mile stretch of one of the busiest freeways 405 shut down until late last night for the demolition of the bridge span we were talking about. it's part of a four-year project to add a carpool lane to the freeway. los angeles' mayor declared the weekend a resounding success. the freeway opened seven hours ahead of schedule. >>> it wouldn't be southern california without a chase hours after the freeway was back open again. this morning police say the driver of a stolen white jaguar took off after officers tried to stop him in the san fernando valley. the chase reached speeds of 120 miles per hour. the suspect bailed from the car and fried to hide in an industrial park -- tried to hide in an industrial park. officers caught up with
forcing a great many hospitals to close their doors. live in los angeles with more on this. first off, what is going at the hospitals that is causing so many patients to be readmitted? >> basically about two-thirds of america's hospitals are making fundamental errors when it comes to things like basic hygiene, cause infections in patients and when they go home and they are back within 30 days. often simple situations like patients have to be told how to take meds properly. what they need post hospital care at the end of the day. as a result of this you are seeing lots of people come back. medicare are paying for those people and they are implementing fines. >> gregg: how large is the fines are the hospitals facing. are they going to improve their standards? >> to begin with on average it's going to be $125,000 per year, but medicare intends on increasing the rate so annually collected among all hospitals paying up to billion dollars a year. that is actually a loss of money. the government wants to pressure hospitals to raising standards. there is another source of pressure that might
in los angeles, thank you. slightly closer to earth, a sky diver set to put his life on the line to make a world record jump tomorrow and if something goes wrong as he plummets toward the ground, his blood could boil. or his lungs could explode. the dare devil set to make the jump from a cab sewell tomorrow 23 miles above the surface and if all goes well, he'll smash through the sound barrier on his way to a top speed of 690 miles an hour like that. a lot could go wrong. in addition to pressure problems, it could blow out his lungs. he could freeze to death if his protective suit fails. for an idea of how high all of this is, consider that mount everest rises 25,000 feet. jets crews at 35,000 feet. this guy will jump from roughly 120,000 feet. red bull scheduled to stream the whole thing live on the interweb tomorrow morning. good luck. >>> well, it's official. drew brees has done what no one in the nfl history ever has. last night the saints quarterback threw a touchdown pass for the 48th straight game. that is one for the nfl history books. breaking a record of great johnny unitas set
enough news. to bring everyone to their feet. chris connelly, abc news, los angeles. >> i cannot -- can't wait. >> best one. christmas one. >> christmas one, he buys the tree. >> become part of the vernacular. something pathetic. it looks like the charlie brown christmas tree. >> update. speaks to the kids of today. >> they're going to have a challenge because, yeah, the kids today might find it a little slow. that's what made it great. different generation. >> we'll see something different. that's the new for this half hour. follow us on facebook at wnnfans.com. >> on twitter@abc, use #wnnfans. we'll see you in a minute. #-wnnfans. we'll see you in a minute. >>> this morning on "world news now" -- the spotlight shifts. the vice presidential candidates are ready to spar tonight in their only debate. >> they'll go head-to-head over domestic and foreign issues. 26 days before the election. it's thursday, october 11th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good morning, i'm john muller. >> i'm sunny hostin. paula and rob are off this thursday morning. we'll get to the
to what we have had across texas and across los angeles. dealing with drizzlecross the adiaa, nje pors lla a new york city. you need the umbrellas. we have a strong cold front coming through. >>> thank you so much. it is time to entertain this and the nominationsre out for the thnnumea mic ds nikki minaj and rihanna leadhe heat with 4. >> jn erneirio an earning three nods. not one but two all stars were sent packing on dancing with the sts last night. >> the couple with the lowest dwend lngheal of judges sores d anna.ns d another former champion falls. eleo and chelsea. >> indy car driver elio andrew cheyothoteff tsh a tacbo helped save a woman's life on his honeymoon. the reality star's wife broke the news on twitter saying proud of jack and his son tyler who saved a womann theehho ha ht ackne th rcier uil ambulance came. we found out she is in stable condition. >> now to your starting lineup. sports sries making headlines hiu ro cll upholded the ban he upheld a 4 game ban for smith. he reduced the sentence for o others. an sichnc jchine stth srting quarterback. he is in one of the wors
? >> we saw certain things. we had a big rally scheduled in los angeles one sunday to try to reach concentrated black audiences. we worked on all of the black churches in central los angeles. we did it very well. we had hand bills given to everybody going to church that morning. we had picnics organized after the church hours that people were invited to attend. we worked it systematically. i expected to have 25,000-35,000 people coming out after church to attend these things. i would go and speak to three or four different groups. during the night on saturday night, early evening, a battery of phone calls up was made to all of the churches saying that the rally is had been cancelled and that george mcgovern would not be able to appear until further notice there would be no such rallies. that was all done by people sabotaging our campaign. and nobody showed up. i turned out at the rallies and there was almost no one there. we had a number of things like that happened. i will not say it cost us the election. they were worries some and harmful. i did not see the main unfolding of the
on the final day of play. more from the ryder cup in just a few minutes. >>> in los angeles, crews working quickly to finish this bridge demolition over the 405 freeway. there was a scary moment when the bridge came down unexpectedly. no traffic snarls materialized. the 405 is set to re-open tomorrow. >>> and there's word tonight that rnc officials cut ties for the consulting firm it hired. the firm turned in suspicious voter application forms. and david, what are you learning? >> we don't know how big or small it's going to be but we do know that election officials in florida right now are looking at these forms that were filled out. this coming from a company called strategic allied consulting. it was hired by the republican party to do voter registration there which is something parties do in every election, but what they were doing here, this company says one of their employees may have put fraudulent signatures on some of these forms. they don't know for sure, but they turned over these documents to the election officials there, and now they are going to be going through 106 applicati
and across los angeles. dealing with drizzle across the philadelphia area, new jersey and portions of long island and new york city. you need the umbrellas. we have a strong cold front coming through. >>> thank you so much. it is time to entertain this and the nominations are out for the 40th annual american music awards. nikki minaj and rihanna lead the heat with 4. >> justin bieber one direction and usher earning three nods. not one but two all stars were sent packing on dancing with the stars last night. >> the couple with the lowest overall total of judges scores and viewer votes and leaving the competition right now is drew and anna. another former champion falls. eleo and chelsea. >> indy car driver elio andrew lachey both voted off the show. >> i know you lo that show. >> also this jack osbourne helped save a woman's life on his honeymoon. the reality star's wife broke the news on twitter saying proud of jack and his son tyler who saved a woman on the beach who had a heart attack and drowned. they resuscitated her until the ambulance came. we found out she is in stable condition. >>
on today. los angeles lots of sunshine 76. new york city later on into tomorrow we could see showers otherwise. good looking forecast if you are headed to the airport. >> janice dean the weather machine hard at work this morning. >> starting lineup. a roundup of sports stories making headlines at this hour. the cardinals making a 2-1 lead in the series against the giants. st. louis won 3-2 after a more than 3 hour rain delay. game four is tonight. the yankees live to see another day in the alcs only because game four in detroit was rained out. it will be played this afternoon. derek jeter already out. opening day is in doubt. he is having surgery on his broken ankle. the recovery time 4-5 months. >> he may be done with the olympics but michael phelps still winning. naming him the fittest man of all times. he sited his workout regimen and all of his achievements. bruce lee was number 2. >>> it is time now to step into the fox light. up first a sneak peak at the finale at one of the hottest shows on tv right now. >> we have a sneak peak of power corruption and greed that's what you can
his side generally speaking but in a press conference, look, every agency is investigating this. los angeles times and "washington post." that situated to handle it. do you think that barack obama is going to do the bin laden card tonight? is that his strongest suit? >> it's his only suit. its call any president would have made, he delayed making the call. >> bill: romney is not going to say congratulations, i'm glad you did it. >> of course, romney can't attack him for killing bin laden. what romney needs to do, he needs to lay out the consistent litany of failures, collapse of the russian reset. the failure to support the revolution in iran. the mishandling of the arab spring. not standing up to china. a mess in syria. throw a dart on the map and obama has failed america in that spot. >> bill: thanks very much. we'll hear another side from wesley clark. he is defender of the president. his advice on libya and other foreign policy matters. they say libya is no big deal. more on that. moments away. [ male announcer ] every day, thousands of people are choosing advil®. here's one sto
in new york, chicago, los angeles -- these are what i know of -- who wish to people over parking spots. what kind of sense to have to let everyone have a gun? i am not against the old testament, but i get so tired of it -- and i for an eye. somebody said much better than i did appear that leaves everyone line. the time for guns have passed. cars and guns, the two things you do not need. >> do you have a message for president obama or mitt romney? >> neither one of them is standing up for something and that is disgusting. if you are not concerned about gun violence, what are you concerned about? >> niki giovanni, distinguished professor at virginia tech. that does it for our broadcast. tune in on wednesday for extended coverage of the presidential debate. we will air the debate and's fet questions to discuss the question with two individuals left out of the debate, and jill stein and rocky anderson. stein and rocky anderson. democracynow.org
cloudy. los angeles and the southland looks good. by midweek it looks like rain will spread over the bay area just in time for halloween. but stay tuned. it could change. we will have the latest tonight. 81 in fairfield, 83 at livermore, 78 at concord and 23469 san francisco. the look ahead, rain in the way area midweek after a couple of nice days. by next weekend we clear it all up and it looks good. so, phil was absolutely right. >> that is right. for once! [ laughing ] >>> all right. u.s. senator diane feinstein is up for re-election and her campaign challenger the elizabeth empkin. she turned to youtube, her goal, forcing feinstein to do a debate, something she has not done before. empkin's campaign used some special camera tricks to look like we are sitting down together. empkin does all the talking but she is hoping the video goes viral. meanwhile the california democrat has spend more than four decades in public service. diane feinstein sat down with us and i asked her since she has been in congress, what has changed the most and what has she noticed has been affected mos
, atlanta, dallas, los angeles -- who is doing that reporting here? so much attention is focused on what is happening in mexico, we are lamenting the strengths or weaknesses of reporting in mexico. the mexican reporters, especially the regional ones, were hardest hit. it is the once in these regional outlets like tijuana. they want to know who was telling the other side of the story and who is doing the money reporting, all these narco dollars. who is doing the story about money laundering? i do not know if i answered your question, but that is certainly a kind of push back there. who is telling the big story and the small story? >> let me bring in carrie lozano to the conversation. she is a documentary filmmaker and journalist who has done a lot of work. her film "underground" appeared at sundance. also she is an emerging expert on the question of collaborative reporting, journalists, between news organizations and citizens -- she works in the investigative reporting for uc berkley and has co-founded collaboration central. very basic question -- who is doing this kind of reporting? you
from los angeles, michelle, on the democratic line. caller: good morning. i think the wives do lend to the pageantry of running for president. peoplee don't know these personally and we are always looking at their public statements to find out what they are really like and home. ann romney gave a speech early on when mitt romney was running in the republican primaries. she was talking about he was on the road a lot. she developed ms. she said i have these seven boys and she said she was talking to him and telling him i don't think i can do this alone, this is really hard being here all alone. he told her, well, your job is way more important than mine and i know you can do it. i thought that was an interesting comment. i thought, does that mean he left her there along with those boys when she said she could barely get out a bet? to me, that indicated something i was thinking, that his instincts seem to fail him in moments when you really need someone to make a decision. instincts tend to help him when he tends to make a critical decision, like when he went after bin laden or when he
? adam housley is live at a station in los angeles with more. what does it look like there today, adam. >> reporter: it's a little bit more expensive than it was yesterday, it's 4.67 statewide. actually in los angeles it's 4.71. behind me we found a station where it's 5.09. was a bit higher about an hour ago then the station came out and knocked it down about 25-cents that would follow the theory that some places may be raising prices a bit higher to take advantage of the fact that there is a gas shortage in california. as you mention these high gas prices continuing to upset people across the state. the most expensive part of the state you might wonder is actually not los angeles or san diego, on average the most expensive gas in california is right smack-dab in the middle along the coast where the paso robles area is. this is $4.75 a gallon. the governor has allowed the winter standard to come online. we are told it may drop the prices down some, maybe 10 to 15-cents. we are roughly 87-cents higher than we arat this point last year. people aren't too happy in it especially in califor
in los angeles. hi lisa, good morning. >> hey bill. good morning everyone. if you are asking yourself who won last night's presidential debate you probably weren't watching. president obama came out with a strong and aggressive performance against mitt romney on foreign policy. the first instant poll from cbs shows 53% of undecided voters say president obama came out on top, just 23% say toward romney. but there are some differing opinions out there. according to cnn poll, only 40% of viewers say romney won but 60% say he is ready to handle the responsibilities of president. and 32% of independents say they are now more likely to vote for romney after last night's performance. that is surprising since by most accounts president obama effectively painted romney as untested reckless and inconsistent when it comes to foreign policy. he also mocked romney's knowledge of the military with the most popular zinger of the night. when romney complained that the navy has its smallest fleet in nearly 100 years, here is t
. while the liberal-leaning huffingtonpost.com declared chief in command. >> the "los angeles times" says obama reverses roles and comes out swinging at romney in the final debate and "the miami herald," verbal punch esbut no outright knockout. let's get right to nbc's chuck todd, political director and chief white house correspondent, in boca raton, site of last night's debate. chuck, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it's just two weeks until election day, and what was interesting about this third and final debate, it was a clash only in styles as an aggressive president was met with very little resistance from his republican opponent who chose to believe that simply showing up was enough to keep his momentum intact. the final debate, a study in contrast. an aggressive president obama trying to disqualify mitt romney as a potential commander in chief and also seeming like the candidate with more to prove. >> i know you haven't been in a position to actually execute foreign policy, but every time you've offered an opinion you've been wrong. when it comes to our foreign policy, you
across the country. the exceptions, a chance of some showers and thunderstorms in los angeles and phoenix. i can ignore that, maybe. temperatures also continue to get warmer as we go throughout the northern half of the country. i'm going to go hide for a little bit, and "morning joe" will be back in a little bit. we're brewed by starbucks. welcome aboard! [ chuckles ] ♪ [ honk! ] ♪ [ honk! ] ♪ [ honk! ] ♪ [ male announcer ] now you'll know when to stop. [ honk! ] the all-new nissan altima with easy fill tire alert. [ honk! ] it's our most innovative altima ever. nissan. innovation that excites. ♪ innovation that excites. online outfit piccolo headphones buy now broadway show megapixels place to sleep little roadster war and peace deep sea diving ninja app hipster glasses 5% cash back sign up to get 5% everywhere online through december. only from discover. >>> good morning. let's take a look at the "morning papers." >> let's do that, from our parade of papers, "chicago tribune," rahm emanuel is promising to close the city's $300 million budget deficit without raising taxes and f
to los angeles. he writes in the book it's a whole part of the book and puts it out there and says -- well maria must have found out. >> interesting about him at the recent clinton global initiative there were some people he had one of his own kind of groups like that, that he's focusing on in california with young people coming to talk about something like a schwarzenegger initiative, looking to his future. >> he's starting a schwarzenegger institute at the university of southern california. you know, i wish i could have gotten everything into our stare but we filmed it. they are going to talk about local governments starts initiatives since the federal government is ingrid lock. >> what's arnold's future and maria's future. they have independent courses clearly now. >> arnold signed up to do five movies. i think that they are going to wait and see if people go and see them to see if he can restart his movie career. he has a lot of causes. he does after school programs, things like that. >> she has a lot of media offers if she wants to resume that job. >> she can write a book if s
roaring back on the final day of play. more from the ryder cup in just a few minutes. >>> in los angeles, crews working quickly to finish this bridge demolition over the 405 freeway. there were some scary moments when a portion of the mulholland bridge came down unexpectedly, narrowly missing a couple of workers. it was feared the construction would cause massive traffic jams on one of the nation's busiest freeways but no traffic snarls materialized. people stayed home. the 405 is set to reopen at 5:00 a.m. local time tomorrow. >>> voter registration fraud hits the republican party. there's word tonight that rnc officials have cut ties with a consulting firm it hired to register new voters. florida owe election officials say the firm turned in suspicious voter application forms. cnn's david mattingly has been investigated. >> we don't know how big or how small this is going to be but we do know that election officials in florida right now are looking at these forms that were filled out. this coming from a company called strategic allied consulting, was hired by the republican party to do
in los angeles just yesterday taunting mitt romney for saying he'll starve big bird if elected president. and check out this cartoon from the atlanta journal constitution's mike lukovivh, quote, president mitt romney and his team reviewing live video on raid of big bird's compound. as for operation save big bird, there's this. hillary clinton takes the lead. quote, confirmed, i got the bird. we will move him to a safe house in the morning. that's hillary clinton. now, a few words from a member of the house science committee, georgia republican paul brown, a medical doctor, gave a sermon at a baptist church last month and addressed the issue of evolution. >> i've come to understand that all that stuff i was talk taught about evolution, embryology, big bang theory, all that is lies straight from the pit of hell. and it's lies to try to keep me and the folks who were taught that from understanding that they need a savior. there are a lot of scientific data that i found out as a scientist that actually showed that this is really a young earth. i don't believe that the earth has been around 9
of the late farm workers' union leader caesar chavez a national landmark. he also held fund-raisers in los angeles and san francisco. his campaign and the democratic national committee raised $181 million in september, the most for any month this year. but money aside, it appears romney's performance in last week's highly watched debate has improved his standing in the race. a new gallup tracking poll found the candidates in a dead heat, each receiving 47% among registered voters. the president had held a five-point advantage before the debate. and the pew research center showed romney coming from eight points down to four points ahead among likely voters. there were also signs that he's regained ground in several battle ground states. all of which raises the stakes for this thursday'sen counter between vice president joe biden and vice president shall candidate paul ryan. a debate that will cover both domestic and foreign policy. for more on all this for more on all of this and the differences between the presidential candidates when it comes to foreign policy, we get two views. michele f
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